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Interestingly, Clone doesn't go down a gross-out horror route. Instead, it chooses to wrestle with the moral conundrums presented by its ideas. What, after all, would be the ramification of the cloning? Can it really work? Can a relationship really resume under such circumstances? By taking such a science fiction premise, Clone manages to take an interesting look at dealing with grief, in a really quite sensitively handled movie.
It works, too. Smith and Green make for engaging leads, and the studious direction of Benedek Fliegauf is commendable. Its pacing is kept deliberately modest, and there's space to explore the issues the film raises. At times, the low budget becomes evident, and there are bumps along the way with regards the script. But Clone is a worthwhile movie, and a promising start for Matt Smith's headline movie career. --Jon Foster
A very good, uncomfortable film, with another winning portrayal from Eva Green!Published 4 months ago by DAK
Taken me a while to watch this, but it is a very interesting film. It possibly shocked, confused or startled many fans of Matt Smith and it is not as full-on straight sci-fi as you... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Parsons
Very strange movie. Great concept and well acted and well produced but just found it a little bizarre towards the end. Woth watching thoughPublished 6 months ago by Sean Rose
You either loved this film or you hated. Most hated it because it's a bit 'out there'. But I loved it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C. L. Sandford
Such a weird yet awesome film. Eva and Matt are incredible actorsPublished 10 months ago by kirsten